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Part: II Static Web Page Development > Web Page Structuring Using Tables

Chapter 6. Web Page Structuring Using Tables

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One of the biggest complaints print designers have when moving from print design to web design is the fact that HTML is so finicky. More specifically, the placement of elements in your web pages is limited because of the lack of tools available to control the organization of text, images, and media on the page. Although this may be true to a certain extent, HTML is in fact extremely flexible and offers many rich elements that can be used to control the organization of components. As the book unfolds, you'll learn about various elements and technologies Dreamweaver offers to control the pin-point accurate placement of elements on your page. Technologies such as CSS and elements like layers and tables can be used by web developers who strive for the fluid look print design programs have offered for years. The trick, of course, is learning the intricacies of the elements and how Dreamweaver allows you to work with them within its framework.


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